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Hudson was born October 2013 and found abandoned in a Baby Safety Island for his institute when he was 8 months old. He has been diagnosed with developmental delay.
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Upon admission into his institute Hudson was said to have poor development. When he was 10 months old he began receiving early education. At that time he could turn his head when hearing sounds to locate the source, grasp toys in his hands and would giggle when tickled. At 1 year of age he was eating steamed egg custard and vegetable puree. He could sit up with hands being pulled and giggled out loud. At 16 months old he could roll from side to side, grasp toys with his fingers. At 17 months he could stand for awhile supported. His legs were weak at first but he learned to stand. He was making sounds to respond. At 18 months he could sit for awhile leaning on a pillow and kick a ball or hold the ball with his feet. He learned to sit with one hand for support. At the time of his report Hudson was 19 months old. He played peek-a-boo, made early sounds. He was said to be timid, quiet and very adorable.
The developmental checklist in his file indicates that Hudson was able to crawl on hands and knees, scribble with a pen, bang blocks together, imitate words and say 3-5 words. He was said to be fond of listening to music, playing with toys and was closest to his caretaker.
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